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Hall County Court Records

According to the Georgia Records Act (O.C.G.A. § 50-18-91), Hall County court records may be described as documents of various forms and characteristics created during the adjudication of cases. They include adoption records, tax collection, property records, dockets, judgments, evidence, and transcripts. The Clerk of Superior and State Courts manages, maintains, and disseminates Hall County court records. These documents are essential for judicial review, public education, and historical purposes.

Are Court Records Public in Hall County?

Yes, Hall County court records are public. The Georgia Open Records Act gives the public the right to access unrestricted records received and maintained by government agencies. All public records, including court records, are available to be inspected and copied, except those that have been specifically exempted from public disclosure by law. Some examples of records exempt from public disclosure include records of cases involving minors, confidential information, or information pertinent to an ongoing investigation.

Hall County Court Records Search

A Hall County Court Records Search can be conducted through one of the following channels:

  • An in-person visit to the record custodian's office
  • Online Searches
  • Contacting record custodians by phone
  • Third-party websites.

Hall County Court Records Search by Name

Interested members of the public can conduct a Hall County Court records search by name by contacting the Clerk of Superior Court in person or through a phone inquiry. To facilitate a search, the requester must provide administrative staff with the name of the party involved in the case.

Inquirers may also search court records by name using the Online Docket Search tool managed by the Hall County Clerk of Courts. The requester enters the party's name in the appropriate search field and retrieves criminal or civil court records from either the Superior and State courts or the Magistrate courts.

Hall County Courts

The addresses and contact information of Hall County courthouses are as follows:

Hall County Superior and State Courts
Hall County Courthouse
225 Green Street S.E.
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 531-7025
Fax: (770) 531-7070

 

Hall County Magistrate Court
Hall County Courthouse
225 Green Street S.E.
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 531-6912

 

Hall County Probate Court
116 Spring Street S.E.
1st Floor
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 531-6921
Fax: (770) 531-4946

 

Gainesville Municipal Court
701 Queen City Parkway S.W.
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 531-2668

 

Hall County Juvenile Court
Hall County Courthouse Annex
116 Spring Street S.E.
2nd Floor
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 531-6927
Fax: (770) 531-6930

Hall County Superior Court Case Search

The Superior Court is the general jurisdiction trial court in Georgia and is in charge of both civil and criminal cases in Hall County. It has sole authority over felony, divorce, equity, land title, and habeas corpus cases. It also hears cases like misdemeanors, contractual disagreements, adoption, and child custody within the county.

An individual can conduct a Hall County Superior Court case search by contacting the Clerk of the Superior and State Courts. The requester will provide details of the case, like the party names and case number, pay the applicable fees for copying the records, and, in some cases, present a valid form of I.D. to prove eligibility for access to the record. An online case search of criminal and civil case records can also be done using the Online Docket tool that the Hall County Clerk maintains.

Hall County Courthouse
225 Green Street S.E.
Gainesville, GA 305012
Phone: (770) 531-7025
Fax: (770) 531-7070

Hall County Magistrate Court Records

The Hall County magistrate court has limited jurisdiction and holds trials on criminal and civil cases, as well as ordinance violations. Case records are available to the public at the courthouse where the case was adjudicated. Inquirers may also visit the Clerk's Office during business hours to obtain magistrate court records.

Hall County Courthouse
225 Green Street S.E.
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 531-6912

 

Mailing Address
Magistrate Court
P.O. Box 1435
Gainesville, GA 30503.

Hall County Criminal Records

Hall County Criminal records are maintained by the Hall County Sheriff's Office. Individuals can conduct criminal history checks at the Sheriff's office when they visit in person. Requesters must provide a valid form of I.D. and pay a $20 search fee per subject. This fee is non-refundable.

Hall County Sheriff's Office — Headquarters
2859 Browns Bridge Road
Gainesville, Georgia 30504
Phone: (770) 531-6900
Fax: (770) 531-7150

 

Hall County Sheriff's Office — North Precinct
122 Dean Street
Clermont, GA 30527
Phone: (770) 533-7200

 

Hall County Sheriff's Office — South Precinct
7345 Cody Drive
Flowery Branch, Georgia 30542
Phone: (770) 533-7704

Hall County Criminal Court Case Lookup

Interested persons may lookup criminal case records online via the Dockets page or by visiting the Clerk's Office in person during business hours. Details of the case, like the Case Number, Name, Alias, Citation, and filing date, are required to complete the search.

Hall County Courthouse
225 Green Street S.E.
P.O. Drawer 1275
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 531-7025
Fax: (770) 531-7070

Get Hall County Civil Court Records

The Clerk of Courts maintains records generated in the Civil Division of the county courts. Civil cases involve disagreements and settlements between a plaintiff and a defendant. Interested persons may get civil court records by making an open public request at the Clerk's Office in person or contacting them by phone or email. They may also search the Online Docket maintained by the Clerk's office. Key details about the case, including the case number, party name, and filing date, are required to complete a case search.

Hall County Clerk of Courts
Hall County Courthouse
225 Green Street S.E.
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 503-3217
Fax: (770) 531-7070

Hall County Family Court Records

The Hall County Superior Court has jurisdiction over family-related cases. Thus, persons interested in these records can visit the Clerk of the Superior and State Courts Office in person or contact them by phone or email to obtain the records:

Hall County Clerk of Courts
Hall County Courthouse
225 Green Street S.E.
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 503-3217
Fax: (770) 531-7070

The Clerk of the Superior and State Courts Office also offers an Online Docket tool for retrieving records by name, case number, address, phone number, or email. The Family Law Information Center (FLIC) also provides resources on family law matters and may be able to offer some assistance on family court records when contacted.

Family Law Information Center
Hall County Courthouse 225
Green Street S.E.
3rd Floor
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 531-2463

Examples of family-related cases that generate these records include divorce, child custody and visitation, child and spousal support, adoption, guardianship, and domestic violence cases. Some family-related case records are exempted from public view to protect the parties involved, and examples include records of misdemeanors for minors and records of cases that the state has pardoned.

Hall County Dissolution of Marriage Records

The Hall County Superior Court has jurisdiction over dissolution of marriage cases. The Clerk of Superior and State Courts maintains records from these cases. Record requests can be made in person, online using the Online Docket, or by calling the office. The State Office of Vital Records also manages records of divorce proceedings that took place in the state of Georgia. They make these records available to requesters by mail or in person for a non-refundable fee of $10.

Hall County Marriage and Divorce Records

The Clerk of Superior and State Courts is the custodian of marriage and divorce records. Individuals can contact the Records Management Division to obtain these records. The Hall County Health Department also acts as custodian of these vital records. Marriage and divorce records are available to interested persons at the Vital Records Office. Alternatively, requesters may complete and mail a marriage record request form to the custodian's office:

Hall County Health Department
Vital Records Office
1290 Athens Street
Gainesville, GA 30507
Phone: (770) 531-5674

 

Clerk of Superior and State Courts
Hall County Courthouse
225 Green Street S.E.
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 531-7025
Email: orr_clerkofcourt@hallcounty.org.

Hall County Birth and Death Records

The Hall County Health Department is the county's custodian of birth and death records. The agency makes these records available online, in person, and through mail to only eligible inquirers. A non-refundable fee of $25 is required for a certified copy of both birth and death records retrieved from a search, with an additional $5 for each additional certificate.

Hall County Health Department
1290 Athens Street
Gainesville, GA 30507
Phone: (770) 531-5674
Fax: (770) 531-5649

Individuals eligible to request a birth record include the owners of the birth certificate, the parents acknowledged by the certificate, a relative (with proof of relationship), and legal guardians (with court orders). Death records are only issued to individuals with proven direct and tangible interest, such as the family members or legal representatives of the deceased. Birth certificates, death certificates, and other vital records can also be requested at the state level from the State Office of Vital Records.

Hall County Probate Court Records

Hall County probate court records are maintained by the Probate Court of Hall County. Examples of probate matters that this court handles include the following:

  • Guardianships
  • Conservatorships
  • Estates
  • Marriage Licenses
  • Weapons carry license
  • Commitment and involuntary evaluation and treatment.

To access probate records, a person can contact the probate courthouse in person or by phone.

Hall County Probate Court
116 Spring Street S.E.
1st Floor
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 531-6921
Fax: (770) 531-4946

Hall County Property Records

Property records in Hall County are kept and maintained by the real estate division of the Clerk of the superior court and the tax assessor's office. The Real Estate Division maintains records of all land transactions that took place in the county from 1819 to the present. Individuals can obtain these records by visiting their office in person, online, and through email requests. Alternatively, requestors may find Hall County property records online through the Tax Assessor's Office. This agency also supports in-person and mail requests.

Real Estate Division
Hall County Clerk of Courts
Hall County Courthouse Annex
Bottom Floor, East Wing
116 Spring Street S.E.
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 531-7058
Fax: (770) 297-3521
Email: orr_realestate@hallcounty.org

 

Hall County Tax Assessor
2875 Browns Bridge Road
Gainesville, GA 30504
Phone: (770) 531-6720 — real estate
Fax: (770) 531-3968 — real estate
Phone: (770) 531-6749 — personal property
Fax: (770) 531-6754 — personal property.

Hall County Court Records Online

Interested individuals can also find Hall County Court records online using third-party websites or databases like Georgiacourtrecords.us. For a fee, these privately owned websites allow individuals to retrieve records using keywords like the case number or the first and last names of persons or businesses in the case. Third-party websites aid accessibility to court records. Individuals can research and find details on a case from anywhere without having to physically visit the courthouse. The accuracy of third-party websites depends on the owner's diligence in updating the database, so their records may not be as complete as those from government sources.

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